Grateful Dead Live at Capital Centre on 1988-09-03
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|Let The Good Times Roll|
|Feel Like A Stranger ->|
|Franklin's Tower ->|
|Little Red Rooster|
|Me And My Uncle ->|
|Box Of Rain|
|Victim Or The Crime ->|
|Foolish Heart ->|
|Man Smart (Woman Smarter) ->|
|Eyes of the World ->|
|Goin' Down The Road Feelin' Bad ->|
|I Need A Miracle ->|
|One More Saturday Night|
flac16; verified SBD> Cassette Master> Dat (SV3800/48k), plus AUD patch; Transfer: Dat (Sony D8)> RME Hammerfall Digiface> Sony Vaio C1VP> Samplitude v7.02 Professional> FLAC; Transferred and Edited By Charlie Miller
- 2005-05-02 11:57:16
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- Landover, MD
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- Capital Centre
Subject: bread crumb
Subject: pretty good
Subject: The Ripple Show
Subject: Magical Night
Subject: Ripple, Morning Dew, Charlie Miller SBD
Subject: Missed out and I'll never forget.
Subject: the not exactly sober crew
5 skulls for making it happen without the captain.
4 roses at the Captains door
Subject: Gone are the days...
Subject: A solid show with an Amazing surprise ending
Subject: At last!!!!!!!!
Subject: That Night
BTW I dont know who said it but Ripple was not played to say sorry but was played for a kid in the "Make A Wish Foundation" who wished they would play it. See there's always a story with the Dead.
Subject: Apparently not the same show
Subject: First Ripple since 81
Subject: very funky
Subject: As Jerry is erratic, so is the band.
2nd Set: Maybe they can gain some balance during Phil's hilite reel, "Box." Waaay too many effects mar "Victim." "Foolish" is ehhh..."Man-Smart" is enthusiastically received, but the band is struggling to keep it afloat. It picks up steam, but please stop emphasizing those 'weird' sound effects. Brent's funny on the outro, 'feels good..so good...call you honey...well, let's see who (beocmes a mumble) The "Eyes" transition was definitely a surprise for the crowd. Where's any intro? Brent and Bobby appear to be on the same page, countering each other in clever ways. Jerry's note at 5:28 epitomizes the evening..he'll hit a special place and take it nowhere while getting awfully quiet in the process. We settle into the familiar "Drums" groove. For some ecelctic reason, "Space" gels magnificently...I completely dug the second through fourth minute. However, I never thought "GDTRFB" would form after that...it seemed prime for a 'Miracle' or 'Too' during those early moments... blah blah. It's a good time if not exactly rollicking. "Miracle" is disposable. Wow, these guys are fearless. even on an off-night they'll attempt a "Dew." Despite a few mars halfway through, the build is purposeful and mildly powerful.
The "Saturday" that follows is a good time, nicely constructed, but not a barnstormer. Holy Shit?! No way - I'm floored by that campfire riff. Jerry's voice is crap, but that isn't stopping the goosebumps. What an absolute treat, and was this the final electric "Ripple?"
2 3/4 stars...damn I wish this was a better gig
Subject: i remember
Subject: download the SB Matrix version
Subject: first show